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I couldn’t judge the difference from laundry washed in oxi-clean until after shower. The bath towel washed with magnets does not become smelly after drying my long hair and body. Towel washed other ways usually become quite smelly right after use, or within just few minutes. The smell means that there are lots of microorganisms harboring on the towel, and the dry towel contain much stuff for them to eat. When the towel gets wet every creature wakes up and uses the nutrients from the not-so-clean towel as food and produce bad smell. I am thrilled about the thorough cleanliness the magnets achieve. I will recommend friends and relatives to use it.
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Magnets attract ferrous materials (iron-based). So, unless all the dirt in your clothes is particules of iron, I can’t imagine how introducing magnets to your wash water would help get your clothes clean, much less replace the detergent.
I was leary at first, but I tried them for a week. My husband drives a dump truck and dirty and stinky. Lo and behold, no dirt and NO STINK!! And talk about savings on detergent. It will pay for itself in about 1 1/2 months.
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Magnets only attract Iron; Iron alloys– or other magnets. Magnets can be quite heavy and I doubt washing machine manufacturers envisioned consumers placing rubber coated magnets into their washing machines.
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A: No. That’s the beauty of the Magnetic Laundry System. You only have to get it once and it lasts almost a life-time. The manufacturer’s warranty is 50 years. Compared with normal detergent, this saves you thousands of dollars over the time to come.
We often keep experimenting in our lives. From cuisines to brands, we keep trying new things. But there is something with the detergents. No matter how many we try, we never seem to have the best results to be satisfied enough. And, we are so busy in our monotonous lives, that we forget about the chemicals that lurk on our clothes and are inhales by us. Now you may say that chemicals have become an inevitable part of our lives, but wait, let me tell you that Magnetic Laundry System is chemical free.
Our laundry detergent releases banned cancer-causing toxic chemicals which affect the health of your family members. Nowadays, 99% of laundry detergents may cause cancer as they may have cancer-causing chemicals which are hazardous and highly toxic to our health.
We’ve discovered that you can achieve the same results with magnetic technology using no chemicals whatsoever! The Magnetic Laundry System changes the molecular structure of water by breaking the surface tension without the use of harsh chemicals. The magnets make the “water wetter” and then the water absorbs the dirt and soil from your clothes keeping it suspended until removed.
I am also environmentally “aware” and do my best to pick up trash, etc., whenever I can…and since I am in some wooded areas caring for feral cats, I end up with a pretty good haul of trash or recycling sometimes. So anything that can help us stop polluting the earth is an easy decision for me…especially when all you have to do is stick a couple of magnets in your washer….and no longer worry about what your detergent is doing to the drain field, or adding one more huge jug to the recycling bin every week.
Best Answer:  I understand why you’d want to check this out, I have kids and a dog and a husband in construction, so I know about dirty laundry too. This so looks like one of those scams. Really, how could magnets take out all the soil and stains in your laundry. If that would work, you could do it yourself by hand with any magnet you had at home! It’s very easy to make up things on the internet and make up phony quotes that sound good. Here’s a link by a chemist who researches phony science and scientific claims:
Much of the report is spent describing how blood is drawn from study subjects, complete with bizarre, rudimentary explanations like “Apply a gauze pad or cotton ball over the needle site as the needle is removed.” Seriously? A clinical trial doesn’t present ICP-MS data on blood samples, but does spend time describing the use of cotton balls?
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However, different garments and materials may require that you use lower temperatures, and you may continue to do so. We have had many customers report excellent results using just cold water with the Magnetic Laundry System. For the reason outlined above, we still like to recommend hot water to users–but you ultimately have the freedom to test using the product in a variety of ways, and choose whatever option works best for your personal situation.
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I suspect that the magnet experiments would produce identical results. I should add that the last time I saw a booth at a fair where some scammers were trying to sell these balls, I barged right through, and in a loud voice told them off, citing the CR tests. I am delighted to say that I saw at least 4 potential customers put their wallets away and slink off, aborting a purchase they were just about to make. You can imagine the dirty looks I got from the vendors! 😁
In the 1950’s, It was found that chemicals could change the molecular structure of water with the world’s first laundry detergent. It was understood that you needed to reduce the surface tension of the water to help it to clean better. The concept behind this Laundry System is that you can achieve similar results with our unique magnetic technology using no chemicals whatsoever. On an atomic level, everything is affected by magnetics. The Magnetic Laundry System cleans garments by utilizing these principles rather than harsh and expensive laundry detergent chemicals.
But we believe in fairness around here. So I’ll say this. We tested a set of laundry thingies (laundry disks rather than laundry balls, actually, but what’s the diff?) with unexpected results. But more about that in a sec.
“Resonant frequency energy waves are then induced into the flowing irrigation water with the result that the energy waves travel unimpeded through the irrigation system and through the sprinkler or drip system to then move freely and efficiently through soil with each drop of treated water.” [link]
[It] causes the naturally formed chemical associations (hydrocarbon clusters) to break apart into a single, potentiated molecular state. This single charged molecular state burns more uniformly and completely (efficiently) because the fuel has become fully atomized and ionized with oxygen.
Other pages at this site deal with magnetic treatment of plant seeds, lawn grass, tomato plants, cotton fields, etc.etc. My advice would be to check with your local Agricultural Extension Service agent before betting the farm on miracle magnetics.
I was just wondering last night if there is something that can be used instead of laundry detergent – even though I already use a good natural detergent. I have a question about the enzymes, though. How often do you have to buy more?
Because the Magnetic Laundry System is such a powerful cleaning system the scum from the outer tub (that you can’t see) is going to be freed when the system is in use, so before you use your Magnetic Laundry System for the first time, it’s best if you clean the residual detergent scum from outer tub of the washer.  The best way to do this is to put the Magnetic system balls in the washtub and add a gallon of white vinegar; then run a wash. You can run it empty but it’s better to put in some old towels, rags or something you don’t care much about, since these could end up being sploched with stains from the old detergent in your washer.  It’s best to repeat this procedure twice so as to completely clean out the washer in preparation of your first normal wash with the Magnetic Laundry System.

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[T]he department of Justice obtained the various products and had them tested by a qualified, independent laboratory. Results of the tests indicated that the water in the spheres had no special characteristics. The “globe products” essentially contain nothing more than water, blue dye and a foaming additive contained within an impermeable plastic shell.

Manufacturers rarely agree on why their laundry balls work, hinting that these claims are just made up by each individual manufacturer.[3][11] Some claims are not backed by science, while others are an exaggeration of benefits.[2] Balls that contain detergents may offer more cleaning power than water alone because their ingredients are comparable to normal washing powder, but in smaller quantities. It is claimed that conventional washing powder manufacturers recommend using more powder than is necessary, and that these powders contain unnecessary fillers or fragrances.[4]

Note: Though the MLS System is magnetic, it does not have to stick to your drum to work. In fact many drums today are plastic, stainless or otherwise non-magnetic. They will still work in your machine. Read the directions carefully when your MLS arrives and follow them. The MLS is likely a new concept to you, so read the instructions so you completely understand it. Read the Q&A from other users in this listing as well. You can always contact us with any questions too. And remember to register your limited lifetime warranty online or through the mail.

I can’t thank you enough for taking care of this business… I was suspicious of this product and wanted to research it. I found this site and told my husband to read along with me….Racked my brain how such nonsense was allowed on a public site…For most of us, to see that saving is possible we tend to lean to get a product that will allow this saving or any method…Trickery at it’s worst…

Though I was at first VERY skeptical about the magnet laundry system, I’d have to say I’m now a believer.  While I still have to use stain removers, and occasionally bleach, I never use laundry detergent anymore.  It has saved us money, and our clothes smell as good as ever.

That blog has exactly one article on it: a review of the Magnetic Laundry System. And it’s not actually a “review,” it’s actually a marketing piece trying to convince you to buy the Magnetic Laundry System.

You can fool some of the people all of the time, and you can fool all of the people some of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time. It doesn’t matter how many people have been hoodwinked if there is no objective scientific evidence that the product works.

I can not handle the dyes and perfumes in detergents so, I use ECOS from Earth Friendly Products, Addison, IL 60101 1.630.595.1900; call from 9-3 CT/ M-F. efpclean.com and ecos.com sold at Walmart. The other one I buy is homesolv from citrasolv, Danbury, CT 06813-2597 1.800.343.6588; http://www.citrasolv.com. I also use vinegar, lemon juice, and baking soda detergents such as Arm and Hammer. I react terribly to chemicals; anytime I come in contact with them I can taste them for anywhere between 1/2 a day to 2 days and I don’t wash with them because I itch so much. I urge everyone not to buy the magnets until they have actual evidence confirming their results. In the mean time try searching for detergents derived from plants.

“Professor Klaus Kronenberg says «magnets actually change the nucleus of water and that is the source of its seemingly magical properties. A diet of magnetized water makes cows give more milk, chickens grow fatter and lay more eggs. and cantaloupes and other crops grow larger and have better yields with less fertilizer.»”

Manufacturers of MWT devices commonly offer simplistic or scientifically untenable explanations of how these devices work, giving the consumer who knows some chemistry little confidence in those who promote the product.

Other pages at this site deal with magnetic treatment of plant seeds, lawn grass, tomato plants, cotton fields, etc.etc. My advice would be to check with your local Agricultural Extension Service agent before betting the farm on miracle magnetics.

They do a great job of removing dirt, but nothing works like bleach for making things white again.  That said, I’ll only add bleach when necessary.  This translates to about 80% of our washes being completely chemical free.  🙂

Because the Magnetic Laundry System magnets are such a powerful cleaning technology, they will remove detergent scum from everywhere in the washer and your clothes might become blotched with the scum that is coming from the tub.  If this occurs, try washing them a few more times with the Magnetic Laundry System to see if they become clean again.  Just keep using the System and you won’t have to repeat the tub cleaning procedure ever again.

Hi Jonathan, thank you for this blog. I almost considered going for it after seeing a Facebook ad but had a bad feeling about it. My one point of confusion is how it got so many 4 and 5 star reviews from verified purchasers on Amazon. Any thoughts on the matter?

Thank you for your posting.I did not purchase these products because of folks such as yourself showing the truth.Are these not the same or similar products that James Randi proved only contained blue food dyed water and weak magnets not strong enough to change water polarity or some such thing?Companies that rip people off get away with FAR too much in the US,and far too much meaning “anything at all that rips ppl off, this company,telemarketer scams,infomercial products,all of it. Sickening! Appreciate what you do and wrote here.Thank you. From Alana

Magnetic baldness prevention was the vision dangled by the now-departed MAG-SOL site which offered the hilariously simplistic argument that blood contains iron which is attracted by magnets, so the magnets embedded in this company’s baseball caps will attract more blood to the hair follicles, producing a luxuriant growth. Right? Dead wrong!

The H2O molecule is an electrical dipole, not a magnetic one; it is not a magnet, and is not attracted by a magnet. Equating the S and N poles of a magnet with the [electrical] “potential” is pure fantasy.

Jim Zimmerman, of Life Miracle at lifenatural.com did contact me personally with detaills needed to return Laundry So Life Miracle seems for now to be good on at least there guarantee. Got to admit, after 6 calls and as many emails, I was getting a little scared. Jim seems to be a stand up guy though.

However, I’m sorry to say that there is another possible explanation. If everyone who complains about your product gets all their money back, then who’s going to be the lead plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit alleging that you defrauded your customers by selling them a product that doesn’t actually do anything?

I am really a concerned citizen with no stake in any of this except to make a dent where I can in the blind rage of mob mentality whenever there is fear of being duped. We would stop reading websites full of nothing but criticism entirely and we would stop listening to all conventional media if we were really wanting to avoid being duped. I, for one, use websites with blind attacks on anything alternative as solid evidence that what they attack works great! If it did not work, it would not get enough of their attention to attack it!

Shortly afterward, another reader sent us some newspaper articles reporting that the Utah state division of consumer protection had sent a couple of TradeNet’s laundry balls out for tests and found they contained, not crystal technology as claimed, but dyed water! A TradeNet spokesman says the state was testing an “earlier model.” Meaning what — TradeNet at one point thought dyed water would actually work?

No one denies that magnetism can affect water. On the other hand, as the many pages which debunk this scam explain, the power of the magnetic field required to affect water in any meaningful way is orders of magnitude more than what you get when you throw a couple magnets into your washing machine.

You completely wrecked these scammers and I, for one, completely enjoyed it! I’ve bookmarked this page for future reference the next time I see someone post about these wonderful [insert eye roll here] laundry magnets.

I couldn’t judge the difference from laundry washed in oxi-clean until after shower. The bath towel washed with magnets does not become smelly after drying my long hair and body. Towel washed other ways usually become quite smelly right after use, or within just few minutes. The smell means that there are lots of microorganisms harboring on the towel, and the dry towel contain much stuff for them to eat. When the towel gets wet every creature wakes up and uses the nutrients from the not-so-clean towel as food and produce bad smell. I am thrilled about the thorough cleanliness the magnets achieve. I will recommend friends and relatives to use it.

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On top of the high level of aluminum, we located a copy of WaterLiberty’s patent application, which specifically outlines that the extract is prepared using sulfuric or hydrochloric acid, both of which (even if diluted) can cause a wide variety of health problems with continued use. In addition, the application states that WaterLiberty should be used in conjunction with a “sterilizing water-purifying chamber and a filtering chamber,” which are 2 different types of filtration devices. This is in direct contrast to the claim on the product’s website that you can simply filter out the “gunk” using a coffee filter.

I got an email today about these magnets, from a craft supply company that unfortunately occasionally sends me crap like this. I knew immediately it was nonsense, but since I felt like amusing myself a bit, I thought I would look into it, and quickly found this site.

I also found another site selling the product that say it’s fabulous. I tend to ignore those if it isn’t the kind where any user can post their comments and it wasn’t. For all I know, the staff wrote the reviews.

One more thing. Amway listed a ceramic washing disk in a 1997 catalog, but decided not to sell the thing after tests showed it had “no measurable impact on overall cleaning.” Figured you’d want to know.

After 5 emails and phone calls I was told I would get the full refund, but not the s & h! So you pay for a product that does not work, pay for the s & h to receive it and pay for the s & h to send it back to the merchant, looks like the post office is the only entity benefiting from this classic scam!

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It was really easy to use the magnetic system, and the box has a brochure inside with directions and information. The company recommends you use hot water and run a normal-sized load of laundry. I usually wash my clothes in cold water, so I was a little nervous about this step. I decided to go warm, and luckily, no colors very pleased with the Magnetic Laundry System; thanks for offering it. I could see how dirty the water was in the washer, so it’s obviously doing a terrific job of cleaning.  Also the clothes have no smell when removed, compared to before. thanks again!

The difference is that detergents do it with harsh chemicals that are not good for your body or the environment.  The MLS system does it by working with the natural magnetic properties of water molecules.

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There is some evidence that externally-applied magnetic fields can provide relief of certain types of chronic pain. A major difficulty in any such study is in eliminating the placebo effect which generally requires a double-blind protocol. Here are a few recent references to the scientific literature:

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has also warned that ethoxylated alcohol surfactants, such as APEs, may be contaminated with carcinogenic 1, 4-dioxane, which penetrates skin. Tests conducted in 1997 by the Washington Toxics Coalition found that supermarket or drugstore labels are more likely to contain APEs.

In this paper which is often cited as the classical original investigation of MWT, the author describes the changes in the morphology of calcium carbonate crystals formed by evaporation of water that has been passed through a sequence of several magnetic fields. The effect of the treatment is to change the crystals from a dendritic form to smaller disk-shaped forms (that presumably are less likely to form a scale– but this is not tested.) The curious thing is that the water seems to “remember” the treatment– evaporation and crystallization were carried out in a field-free environment. The need for the water to flow past a succession of magnets (up to 16) at a specific velocity prompts Kronenberg to suggest that “the interaction between the magnetic fields and the hydrogen bonds is amplified to the breaking point by resonance.” The idea is that the breaking up of the (H2O)n complexes somehow releases dissolved ions that promote nucleation of the smaller crystals. The observed effect lasts for up to two days.

This device employs a pair of rotating magnets that subject the water to “a field of high energy”. What this has to do with rain, streams, or nature is not explained. As if this were not enough pseudoscience, they claim that their “Pi technology uses far-infrared energy. Oxygenation technology that works like a mountain stream … in the same way that water is oxygenated when flowing over the rocks in a natural environment.”

The Perfect Sommelier “improves virtually any wine in less than 30 minutes.  It will bring out the maturity and subtlety that the vineyard intended.  Replace the cork with the Sommeliers’ top and place the bottle of wine on the stand.  In 30 minutes a remarkable change occurs due to the strong magnetic field created by The Perfect Sommelier.” I have corresponded with the proprietor who seems quite sincere, but I can’t help but be quite skeptical!

A more recent product is the Bev Wizard Wine Enhancer whose promoters claim (with no supporting evidence) that the magnetic field causes negatively-charged tannins to coagulate. See this Decanter article on this dubious device.

“The technology exploits quantum electrodynamic processes to transfer energy into the water passing through the unit. As a result, potential energy stored within the water is significantly enhanced. When that water hits the soil, the stored potential energy is released, opening up soils and improving infiltration and percolation of water.” [link]

Thank you so much for sharing this exchange, Jonathan. You have saved me a LOT of time by addressing all of this and sharing the outcome here. I agree with your assessment of the situation and wish to add my voice to those asking that the FULL findings of the laboratory tests be disclosed: Did the magnets clean any differently than just water? If so, why were the water-only test results omitted?

THEN I thought, hmm, here’s the real test, I have recently been working on a cat hoarder house …. the lady would buy things and open the carton (case in point, from Animal Rescue Site, some footies with pawprints) and never use the item, so the cats would go in the box and pee on everything…. (note: cats did not have proper litterpans in this home).

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The 1902 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded jointly to Lorentz (who was Dutch) and Zeeman for the discovery of the effects of magnetic fields on atomic emission spectra. (If Lorentz studied water, it was probably its magnetic susceptibility, which has nothing to do with magnetic water treatment.)
Where did this number come from? We may never know, as there isn’t any real lab data offered in the so-called “clinical trial.” This 42%, I’m guessing, was entirely invented out of thin air. In fact, it would be almost impossible to accomplish a reduction in aluminum by drinking a liquid containing over 1000 ppm aluminum.
Through a chemical process, detergents make surfaces more susceptible to water and increase the pH levels, making it easier for water to detach the dirt from the fabrics. The downside is that most of the chemical ingredients used to achieve this are toxic to your health and the environment.*
The negative field of a magnet is used most often to correctly stimulate (potentiate) and reorganize the electron (spin) charge which results in creating the healthy cellular charge state of a strong-negative potential.
jlk, jlk, JLK!!! Thank you so much for this blog post — and you ARE hysterically funny — my problem is NOT!! I just received my “magic blue balls” in the mail today. (Ugh, gross; I fell for that??) I honestly think I ordered them online at the vulnerable hour of 4 a.m. (after being entranced by those two women talking waaay too much). Anyway — I have *no idea* how long ago I bought them — and I have a very good memory. You have argued clearly and convincingly that they are useless. As others have mentioned above, they come with no invoice, contact info, phone number — nothing. DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO RETURN THEM???
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Other pages at this site deal with magnetic treatment of plant seeds, lawn grass, tomato plants, cotton fields, etc.etc. My advice would be to check with your local Agricultural Extension Service agent before betting the farm on miracle magnetics.
I can get it in wisconsin at my grocery and dollar stores I use Dr Bronners castile cleanser and aloe vera gel with baking soda and washing soda. Two drops lemon essential oil. Apple cider vineger at rinse time. My clothes are brighter, Never dingy or stinky.
The “risk free trial” offered by the site promises that “You’ll have 21 days from today to use the Magnetic Laundry System and experience the results for yourself.”  The company charged my credit card $5.95 for shipping and handling on December 1; they shipped the product to me on December 23; it arrived on December 26; and the company charged my credit card $49.95 on December 27.  Yes, that’s right, my “21 day free trial” having the product in my possession for less than one day.

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There is a long history of the promotion of magnets to alleviate the “hardness” of mineral-containing waters, and particularly to control the deposition of scale in teapots, plumbing systems, evaporators, and boilers. There are now a large variety of devices on the market that claim to reduce scale deposition, and some claim to “soften” the water as well. The earlier devices mostly employed permanent magnets, but many now use alternating magnetic or electrostatic fields. The magnetic field surrounds the pipe at some point and penetrates it from all sides. This obviously limits its use to non-ferrous pipes such as copper or plastic.
Some manufacturers claim that the components inside their balls emit far infrared rays, which are claimed to reduce the surface tension of water and facilitate washing.[8] The claim of emitting infrared is not false, as almost all materials emit “far infrared waves” at room temperature, in other words, heat radiation.[4] It is also true that heating reduces the surface tension of water, but the effect of the radiation emitted by the balls is negligible compared to the radiation emitted by the internal walls of the washing machine or by the water, especially if it’s hot water.[4]
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The premise of the device is that because soft water requires less detergent, you will save money on detergent in your dishwasher and washing machine if you just stick the Magnet Ball in at the start of a wash cycle. In fact, Norwex says, “When using the ball, you use 50%-70% less soap.”
Ever since there have been cars, various schemes for achieving miraculous increases in fuel mileage have been promoted to the public. (Who has not heard the folk-fiction that somebody’s invention for running a car on water was secretly bought up by the oil companies?)
The Magnetic Laundry System was developed for the purpose of making lives easier from the home laundry detergent user to the independent laundry services provider. Frequently identified as laundry balls, this product is much more than that. It was developed with a goal in mind of helping to save the environment, and benefit people potentially suffering from laundry detergent related chemical sensitivities.  The magnetic laundry system may also be an accurate fit for customers seeking a wash ball as well as a washing ball or eco balls, ecoball, laundry ball and even laundry magnets should also find our product to be an excellent fit for what they were searching for.
Here’s the fascinating thing: Life Miracle had an outside laboratory do such tests over ten years ago. The laboratory washed identically stained clothes without detergent, both with and without the Magnetic Laundry System, and then measured how much cleaner they were. On Life Miracle’s Web site, it has published the results of the laundry run with the magnets, but the results of the laundry run in which only water was used are omitted. The only conceivable explanation for why Life Miracle would fail to publish these results is because they show that water alone gets clothes just as clean as water plus magnets.
“I am very skeptical trying new products, and especially something that doesn’t use soap to clean your clothes. I cannot believe how clean the clothes come out! I have white towels in my powder room, and I purposely only washed one of them to compare. The washed one came out white! I also like that the clothes come out smelling fresh and they stay fresh smelling even after putting them away and not using them for a few days. It is amazing that you can wash clothes with only magnets and no soap. I am truly sold on this product and will continue to use it and save money on laundry soap that isn’t good for you or the environment. Thanks!“
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The negative field is used in most treatments to help the body heal. When a cell’s electrical charge is elevated from its stressed, improperly charged state to a highly-charged negative state, the cell’s natural ionic forces
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The front fabric is wrinkled/loose, not sleek like in the photo. Color is disappointingly a very dark brown, like dark chocolate or coffee grounds, not as pictured, see photo. Two stars for it’s nice size and sturdiness.
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Some balls are refillable with small pellets of detergent which are sold only by the manufacturer of the ball. Critics question whether the amount and type of detergent released by these balls is sufficient to generate significant cleaning effects.[9][10]
So anyway.  Here again we have a good case for why we should put more emphasis on teaching science.  Anyone who has taken an introductory high-school-level physics course would be able to explain why the only way magnets would clean your clothes is if they were covered with iron filings.  For getting anything else washed clean — especially anything oily — you need a surfactant.
Can you use the magnet ball in the dryer to dry clothes etc quicker/more effectively as many times larger items such as linen can turn into a ‘ball’ and not dry as effectively. Can it assist? Is it safe?
This product is a Clickbank product, so if you have purchased Laundry Magnets and decided that you are unhappy with what you receive (if you think it is scam or fake), you can request a no-questions asked refund from Clickbank for the first 60 days.
“Warning! Your Laundry May Be Making YOU SICK!” according to this page. Asthma, allergies, cancer, dizziness, headaches, skin rashes, resperatory infections, acne, lack of energy and insomnia are listed as potential hazards of non-magnetic detergents.
 Soaps and detergents operate in two ways, namely by reducing the surface tension but also by forming tiny globules around hydrophobic “dirt” particles and effectively rendering them soluble– a process known as emulsification. Soaps have been known since ancient times.
I am also environmentally “aware” and do my best to pick up trash, etc., whenever I can…and since I am in some wooded areas caring for feral cats, I end up with a pretty good haul of trash or recycling sometimes. So anything that can help us stop polluting the earth is an easy decision for me…especially when all you have to do is stick a couple of magnets in your washer….and no longer worry about what your detergent is doing to the drain field, or adding one more huge jug to the recycling bin every week.
Rest assured, the packaging that comes with The Laundry Solution (U.S. $85) is made of recyclable plastic. “The product works by properties of physics. Hence there are no residues left on your clothing.”
I was skeptical, not anymore! At first i thought it was a scam not legit. But now I do not regret my purchase one bit. I am as happy as I can possibly get with this right now. It deserves the rating that it has above.
According to the University of Washington, your laundry detergent releases banned cancer-causing chemicals that may be affecting the health of you and your family. On July 23rd, 2008, a study was perf…
If they refuse, then file disputes with my credit-card company for both the original shipping charge and the subsequent $49.95 charge. [not needed — the seller reimbursed both the shipping charge and the charge for the magnets]
“Does detergent-free laundry sound too good to be true?” So asks Pure Products International, maker of the pureWash Eco Friendly Laundry System. Based on Consumer Reports’ testing of this product, as well as the similarly marketed Wash It laundry system, the answer for now is, “Yes, it’s too good be to true.”
On the other hand, if they could develop magnets that attract dog hair, I’d be all for it.  As long as the magnets were “chemical-free,” of course.  Can’t have any chemicals around, you know.  Those things are dangerous.
I started using Laundry Magnets from the day I joined it. I was wondering how to use that effectively. That is when I saw the manual which was provided by Laundry Magnets . It gave me a good overview on how to use it. To be frank, it has been the best guide which I have used when compared to the previous products used. Laundry Magnets also never disappointed me when it came to investment. It was the best product which I had bought.
“When mono-atomic water molecules enter the body, the body more efficiently metabolizes more the singular oxygen and hydrogen atoms due to its greater availability. The greater availability of the hydrogen and oxygen provides the body with a much larger share of its requirements of these important elements and as a result, the body has shown to start functioning in a more balanced state and therefore begins to heal itself.”
This Colorado company hawks a liquid supplement which they describe as a “water-soluble liquid magnet” which they [falsely] claim acts by “inducing electrons into all the conductive elements of the body”. They even have a junk patent that stands as a doleful testimony to the quality of examiners the USPTO is able to attract.

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I also found another site selling the product that say it’s fabulous. I tend to ignore those if it isn’t the kind where any user can post their comments and it wasn’t. For all I know, the staff wrote the reviews.
Also…what about the people who have magnetic allergic reactions? I myself had never heard of this but one time my mother used this magnetic “sheet” under the mattress pad that was advertised to help with body aches and my Nana woke the next morning covered in hives!
Hard water is often undesirable because the dissolved minerals can form scale. Scale is simply the solid phase of the dissolved minerals. Some hardness minerals become less soluble in water as temperature is increased. These minerals tend to form deposits on the surfaces of water heating elements, bathtubs, and inside hot water pipes. Scale deposits can shorten the useful life of appliances such as dishwashers. Hard water also increases soap consumption and the amount of “soap scum” formed on dishes.
The most important part about a new laundry detergent, in my mind, is its effectiveness. After all, who cares how much money you saved if your gym clothes come out of the wash still smelling funky? According to the company, the MLS “is proven in authoritative independent laboratory testing to clean garments as well as chemical-based laundry detergent.” But how do you really know, unless a stain wasn’t removed from a piece of clothing?
You have no idea how much “effort and time” I have spent on this, nor do you have any idea how much time I would consider “enormous.” I’d venture to say that I’ve spent less time on this than you have.
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Although one purpose of detergents is to reduce the surface tension of water so as to encourage it to spread evenly over a surface instead of forming droplets, the primary role of a detergent is to “solubilize” small particles of grease-like “dirt”. Detergent molecules tend to be long chains that possess water-soluble properties on one end, and water-insoluble (oil-like) properties on the other end. Operating on the principle that “like dissolves like”, the water-insoluble ends tend to embed themselves in the dirt particles so that the water-soluble ends stick out, disguising the particle as water-soluble and enabling it to be washed away. I am not aware that any claims that magnets can serve this function.
A.  The most obvious and important fact is that using the MLS instead of detergents is preventing petrochemicals from getting dumped into our fresh water supplies, helping to preserve our most valuable natural resource critical for human survival. Furthermore, bypassing the rinse cycle can save massive additional water usage (20-40 gallons of fresh water per load), electricity (derived mostly from burning coal and oil which are big pollutants), natural gas (for heating the extra water) and sewage. It also may possibly help reduce the causes of global warming–since such a massive amount of detergents are made and used around the world, significant resources (fossil fuels) are used in its manufacturing and delivery. 
Thanks for you article. You have indeed placed a huge importance on debunking the use of tangential logic and logical fallacies but perhaps not enough emphasis on the science. As well, you missed one or two other variables, such as the washing machine itself. There should have been samples from laundry detergent and magnets together with and without a washing machine as well as just magnets and water without a machine, rather a tub and hand washing. Anyway, please read the note I wrote to one promoter..
I just read your site and feel equally duped…I ordered the magnets but have not received anything yet, nor have I been able to find any response from the company for about 10 days. This failure to respond got me concerned and I began to look into the company. I only found your site so far. Wow, fooled again hoping to reach beyond the norm.
One of the main reasons why people use washing balls is because they think they’re safer to use than detergents. Many washing ball companies scare the public into using these devices, but while it’s true that not everyone gets on with every detergent, if laundry soaps really were toxic, wouldn’t we all be breaking out in red, itchy rashes? Laundry detergents like Surf excel Matic are perfectly safe to use, otherwise they wouldn’t be approved for sale, simple as that.
placing corn seeds in the “center of the paramagnetic center of Stonehenge” resulted in 20-40% larger plants, suggesting that “restoring magnetism is the key to increased life force in all organic matter”. [link]
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Remember that soap and detergents are not the same. Unless you are washing by hand, a washing machine can not thoroughly rinse soap like detergent. It gunks up your washer and your clothes. Do a strip on clothes washed with soap and you will be DISGUSTED! Find a good coconut based detergent.
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I got news for you guys…the magnets DO WORK. Yes, customer service is a bit iffy, and it took almost six weeks for me to receive my shipment, with zero response from Water Liberty. But by golly, th…ese magnets clean even better than conventional detergents, without the harsh chemicals. I am a fan.
Dryer balls, (if they are the blue with spikes, type) are nothing more than a rubber ball that bounces around in your clothes. The purpose of the dryer ball is to “beat” the clothes as they dry. This softens them and it DOES work.
Another study of a commercial magnetic water treatment device was conducted by Hasson and Bramson (1985). Under the technical supervision of the device supplier, they tested the device to determine its ability to prevent the accumulation of calcium carbonate scale in a pipe. Very hard water (300 to 340 ppm) was pumped through a cast-iron pipe, and the rate of scale accumulation inside the pipe was determined by periodically inspecting the pipe’s interior. Magnetic exposure was found to have no effect on either the rate of scale accumulation or on the adhesive nature of the scale deposits.
This is slightly less than the retail price of the magnet system, but I would be removing the chemicals from our clothes, doing the environment a bit of a favor, and after year 1, I would be SAVING MONEY.
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PATENTED AND INDEPENDENTLY PROVEN…There is no other non-detergent laundry technology in existence that has two United States Patents and has been proven in Independent Laboratory Testing to clean as well as chemical laundry detergent. This is truly different from the common laundry ball or washer ball products may have heard of. You have never seen, heard about or tried anything like it before!
Carbonates formed by heating water containing ≈120 mg(Ca)/l are characterized by X-ray diffraction and electron microscopy. Tests on 32 pairs of samples establish, at the 99.9% probability level, that drawing water through a static magnetic field (B≈0.1T, ∇B≈10 T/m) increases the aragonite/calcite ratio in the deposit. There is an incubation period of several hours, and memory of magnetic treatment extends beyond 200 h.
Perhaps you missed the part where there isn’t a single manufacturer of washing machines that has integrated magnetic technology into their product. It is obviously and clearly patently absurd to any rational human being that at least one of the washing machine manufacturers wouldn’t be using this technology to sell their products if it actually worked.
I think you are making more a difference to the environment than the magnets ever will. I actually think I will use less laundry detergent next time I do my laundry. I appreciate that advice a lot. I also enjoy your blog. It was good reading.
I appreciate your comments. I also very much appreciate you taking the time to perform some experiments. The only thing negative I could say is that I do think you are overstating your feelings in some cases and letting that sorta get in the way of your research (which is pretty awesome). all that being said, it IS your site and you can do that.
According to the brand, a package of two units of the laundry system can be used for many years and aside from saving you the hassle of having to buy detergent, it can save you a great deal of money as well. The system also does not use any chemicals or harmful compounds to provide you with results. As the brand explains, with this product, you no longer need to rely upon harmful formulas that contain common ingredients such as pesticides, imitation estrogen, and other toxins. Research shows that these toxins not only lead to harm over the long term, but they are not good for your clothes either.

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Magnets are not just for refrigerators any more. In fact, according to some magnet vendors, magnets can be used to improve blood circulation, cure and prevent diseases, increase automobile mileage, improve plant growth, soften water, prevent tooth decay, and even increase the strength of concrete. Some of these claims are backed by experimental evidence. Many are not. This article focuses specifically on the claimed benefits of magnetically treated fuel and water.
The judge ruling against Trade-Net, issued in April 1999, said the manufacturers failed to substantiate their claims and hadn’t informed consumers about reports showing that the claims were incorrect.[19][20]
Magic laundry magnets work will clean your clothes with “The MLS System incorporates powerful, specially calibrated magnetism to help alter the basic nature of water and increase its natural solvency.” (magneticlaundry.ca)
Or is it more likely that you’re too dimwitted to understand the proof that I and others have proven that these magnets are a scam? (The four spelling errors in four sentences, one of them a run-on, would seem to support that theory.)
One of the claims that is commonly made by makers of laundry balls is that they emit infrared waves which supposedly affect the washing by cutting off the hydrogen and binding factors of water molecules. The claim of emitting infrared is not false, as such, since all materials emit “far infrared waves” — in other words, blackbody radiation. It is also true that heating reduces the surface tension of water. Importantly, however, the effect of the radiation emitted by the pearls is negligible compared to the radiation emitted by the water which is being heated. There are no independent tests showing that the pearls could generate stronger infrared waves by interacting with water than what they otherwise should. This is basically a case of taking very “scientific” sounding words that confuse the audience — the same trick is done with foot pads that contain “hydrolyzed cellulose” as an ingredient, rather than “sugar”.
“”…The powerful far-infrared rays… break water molecule’s [sic] hydrogen-combinations into small clusters and force the small water cluster being activated to increase it’s [sic] molecular motions, penetration force, and washing power.
Coming full circle: As I noted above, there is a trivially easy experiment you could pay an independent laboratory to do which would prove that the answers to both of those questions is “yes.” The fact that you have not had any laboratory perform that experiment, or indeed the fact that it appears that you did have a laboratory perform that experiment and then concealed the results, suggests that you are fully aware of what the results would be, and that they wouldn’t exactly help to sell your product.
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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Object does not confirm that the inventions described in patent applications actually work, but rather that they could work if the claims made in the application are accurate. The fact that Marc Smulovitz managed to obtain two patents for his invention (#6,012,308 and #6,612,137, for those who want to read for themselves) indicates only that no one tried before him to patent the idea of using magnets to clean laundry; it has absolutely no bearing on the question of whether magnets actually can clean laundry.
Now how do you use them….  You put them into your washer and they are supposed to pull in the elements that are in the water thus making the water softer which in turn helps the water do its job of cleaning. 
“Chronic submaximal magnetic stimulation in peripheral neuropathy: is there a beneficial therapeutic relationship? Michael Weintraub, AJPM 1998 8(1) . This study suggests that magnetic foot pads may relieve neuropathic pain in some cases. Detailed paper with many references.
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At worst, the products are completely useless’. Even worse, a laundry ball can completely ruin your clothing, and render your washing machine useless. If you ever get the chance, pick up a laundry ball and have a feel of the casing. Cheap plastic, right? When that cheap plastic is spun round and round in the washing machine over and over again, it’s inevitably going to break down. And what’s going to happen when all those ceramic beads and magnets are let loose in the washer? That’s right, you’re going to end up with snagged fibres and damaged machine internals.
A lot of articles appearing in the technical (as opposed to peer-reviewed scientific) literature are written by people whose apparent ignorance of physics and chemistry leads them to concoct unrealistic theories of how MWT work.
Because of the logistical problems of doing laundry where I live, I have to wear the same outfit for a week; my clothes get extremely dirty. I figured this would be a good test of their magnets. To my surprise, my clothes came out pretty clean! Almost sold… ALMOST. Gotta figure out how this works, because as far as I can tell, this SHOULD NOT WORK.
The H2O molecule is an electrical dipole, not a magnetic one; it is not a magnet, and is not attracted by a magnet. Equating the S and N poles of a magnet with the [electrical] “potential” is pure fantasy.
Finally, the product is very easy to use. All you need to do is to stick it to the mental surroundings of your washing machine bin. In doing so, the product will clear out the stains, grime, dirt, and more as you put the machine into cycle.
I have found that the skin irritation from laundry detergent is from the fragrance. I cannot be in the same room as a box of Gain detergent. I use the kind without perfume. I remember when most homes had a bar of Naptha soap for laundry, it worked great.
Hi Jonathan, thank you for this blog. I almost considered going for it after seeing a Facebook ad but had a bad feeling about it. My one point of confusion is how it got so many 4 and 5 star reviews from verified purchasers on Amazon. Any thoughts on the matter?
      If you absolutely cannot live without a scent on your clothes, then just use one scented dryer sheet. There is simply no reason to pile all of the other scented chemicals on your clothes. And you need to know that most of these are very unhealthy for your skin and respiratory system, so the less you use, the better off you are. Some of those red eyes, rashes and runny noses are not because of allergies, but due to the perfume and petrochemicals left behind in your clothes.
A more down-to-earth argument might be that the vortex turbulence breaks up water “clusters” which somehow impede plant growth.  But this is wrong: even in still water, clusters break up and re-form around a billion times per second, and it is well-established science that these clusters do not impede water transport across cell walls.
People are stupid, so they don’t realize that washing clothes in plain water is, by itself, pretty good at getting them clean. People are stupid, so they don’t realize that the “enzymatic stain removers” that the Magnetic Laundry System people tell you to use on stains are, actually, detergents, which means that when you spray those on stains in your laundry, you’re putting detergent in your laundry, not washing it with nothing but magnets. People are stupid, so they don’t understand that “enzymatic stain removers” plus water would clean their clothes just as well as “enzymatic stain removers” plus water plus magnets.
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Now I can’t say I had complete success with the Magnet Laundry System as I still use detergent (this could be partially because I admit that the smell of clean means smell to me still, with no detergent you don’t have perfumed smell just wet clothes) 
An example of the errant nonsense that is sometimes employed to fool consumers into buying these worthless products is quoted in the left column below from a now-disappeared Web page. Similar claims can be found on many current sales sites. The parts I consider wrong, misleading, or meaningless are highlighted.
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Liburkin et al. (1986) found that magnetic treatment affected the structure of gypsum (calcium sulfate). Gypsum particles formed in magnetically treated water were found to be larger and “more regularly oriented” than those formed in ordinary water. Similarly, Kronenberg (1985) reported that magnetic treatment changed the mode of calcium carbonate precipitation such that circular disc-shaped particles are formed rather than the dendritic (branching or tree-like) particles observed in nontreated water. Others (e.g., Chechel and Annenkova 1972; Martynova et al. 1967) also have found that magnetic treatment affects the structure of subsequently precipitated solids. Because scale formation involves precipitation and crystallization, these studies imply that magnetic water treatment is likely to have an effect on the formation of scale.
[T]hey do absolutely nothing except make you feel comfortable with not using detergent. If you can convince yourself to use less detergent without a little plastic ball, you get all the benefits and you don’t have to pay for the ball.
Rather, the questions at hand are (a) do wimpy magnets like the ones you sell “influence water” in any significant way, and (b) does whatever “influence” they have on the water actually have any impact on the water’s ability to clean clothes?
In 1997 Trade-Net, sold a laundry ball product (the Blue Laundry Ball) in various US states. Trade-Net claimed that the blue liquid inside their balls was structured water “that emits a negative charge through the walls of the container into your laundry water.” “This causes the water molecule cluster to disassociate, allowing much smaller individual water molecules to penetrate into the innermost part of the fabric.” Dennis Barnum, a professor of inorganic chemistry at Portland State University, said that the liquid was just water with a blue dye and couldn’t possibly have the effect claimed by the manufacturer. Barnum also said that the claims were “gibberish” and used scientific terms in ways that sounded educated to the layman but didn’t make any real sense. The Oregonian tested the balls, and found they washed marginally better than hot water with no detergent, and worse than using detergent.[12]
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A Euro-Wash Laundry Ball Detergent Replacement (U.S. $49.95) information page once noted that it will “last you an unlimited number of washes. Depending on the amount of washes you do weekly, that should be over ten years for the average family.”

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It is worrisome that the U.S. Department of Energy, which also looks after nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons, should have its name associated with such sophomoric science. This is likely not an uncommon result of what happens when research organizations go grubbing for government money for projects in which neither they nor the sponsoring agency have scientifically competent personnel available to review the work.
As I told you in email, Judy, I do not believe in posting people’s private email without their permission. But that rule goes out the window when they make false accusations against me which their private emails disprove or say things in public which contradict things they said to me in private. Continue down this path, and you will find your emails to me published on this blog for all to see, and I assure you, it won’t be pretty. Please consider this fair warning.
Magnets attract ferrous materials (iron-based). So, unless all the dirt in your clothes is particules of iron, I can’t imagine how introducing magnets to your wash water would help get your clothes clean, much less replace the detergent.
Before you use your Magnetic Laundry System for the first time, I recommend you clean the residual scum from the washer. This is deposited in the outer tub (which you can not see) The best way to do this is to place the laundry system units into the washer drum, add 4 cups of white vinegar and run the wash cycle, either empty or with old rags/towels or clothes.
I’m very pleased with the Magnetic Laundry System; thanks for offering it. I could see how dirty the water was in the washer, so it’s obviously doing a terrific job of cleaning.  Also the clothes have no smell when removed, compared to before. thanks again!
A.  The MLS was designed and engineered to give you many years of service, and save you thousands of dollars on not buying laundry detergents.  In the process, you will be preventing thousands of pounds of chemicals from being dumped into our water supply and from being imbued in your garments, which may create a dramatically positive effect on your family’s health if eliminated.
Several manufacturers offer juice-producing machines that incorporate magnets, which they variously claim, without any supporting evidence, to mellow the taste [link], to enhance the stability of the juice [link], or generally to maintain the freshness of fruit and vega table juices. A typical false claim is that the magnets
Most of the permanent magnet devices employ a sequence of magnets, arranged so that the water passes alternately through magnetized and non-magnetized regions. This is probably based on the experiments of Kronenberg (see below) who found that a sequence of magnets was more effective. The alternating-current devices can presumably duplicate this effect with a single coil as shown at the right. Most of these use a frequency in the 100-1000 hz region. Some excite the coil with square waves rather than with sine waves in the apparent hope that of the large number of frequency components so generated, some will be more effective than others.
Another advantage of this product is that it is an environmentally friendly alternative to detergent systems. The product does not need to be replaced, it comes with a warranty, and you won’t need to repeatedly buy detergent products that are toxic to the environment and your home. With this system, you can enjoy from stunning results and the sustainable qualities that the product has to offer.
The truth is that you can leave out the detergent many times when washing clothes and still have them come out clean. There’s always some detergent left over in the machine, and it really doesn’t take much for clothes worn and washed as most people do – wear it today in the office, chuck it in the wash. If you’ve got truly dirty clothes (the pants you wore while mucking out a cow barn, for example) then you will need detergent, and the magnets won’t help at all. Not that the magnets help anyway, its just the left over detergent and the clothes not really needing much washing. – JRE Apr 15 ’16 at 14:36
Also I never use laundry stain pre-treaters either I use just Dawn original formula dish soap it’s a concentrated de-greaser) or Dawn mixed with hydrogen peroxide and apply it to the stain then throw it in the hamper to wash later or wash immediately. For old stains, give it more time to sit. The peroxide can bleach certain things though, so if you’re unsure about a colored item try making a tiny spot on an inside seam and letting it dry. I use maybe 2 bottles of detergent and a bottle of Dawn each year on my laundry. That’s only about $25 bucks a year on soap, beats that magnet company’s price by a lot. I could see through their silly advertisements immediately though I did fall for the dryer ball craze when it was first sold at Bed Bath and Beyond, but got my money back easily.
1. Don’t discredit yourself by putting your good name behind products that have not undergone your absolute scrutiny and rigorous test of logic and integrity. Take great care in watching for tangential logic and logical fallacies that some unscrupulous marketers use to confuse the general public.

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The clothes and sheets I tested all seemed to be clean after the wash cycle, including a white pillowcase that had some leftover mascara smudged on it (ladies, you know the struggle). It was a bummer that the laundry didn’t smell fresh, but then I reminded myself the fresh smell I’m used to isn’t exactly right out of nature. So unless I start seeing a problem, or my friends stage an intervention, I’m going to assume my clothes are clean enough. Especially since I already have $75 into this new laundry system.

I also found another site selling the product that say it’s fabulous. I tend to ignore those if it isn’t the kind where any user can post their comments and it wasn’t. For all I know, the staff wrote reviews.

Does it occur to you to wonder why there is no research supporting the claim that these magnets do anything to clean clothing? Do you wonder why the manufacturer of the magnets asked an independent laboratory to compare washing clothes with the magnets with washing clothes in plain water, and then didn’t publish the results of the latter half of the experiment?

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The product’s website claims that you should add 5-8 drops of WaterLiberty to an 8oz glass of water, or about 5 tablespoons to purify a bathtub full of water. In addition, it’s claimed that you can even put 3 teaspoons of the product into a bucket of water and use it to wash vegetables for up to 8 months. And once all the contaminants have been separated from the water, you can put it through a coffee filter or a normal gravity filter to remove the leftover “debris.”

“I am very skeptical about trying new products, and especially something that doesn’t use soap to clean your clothes. I cannot believe how clean the clothes come out! I have white towels in my powder room, and I purposely only washed one of them to compare. The washed one came out white! I also like that the clothes come out smelling fresh and they stay fresh smelling even after putting them away and not using them for a few days. It is amazing that you can wash clothes with only magnets and no soap. I am truly sold on this product and will continue to use it and save money on laundry soap that isn’t good for you or the environment. Thanks!“

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Technically, magnetism works because it increases the speed of sedimentation of suspended particles in water (and other liquids) and enhances conductivity and the process of ionization or dissociation of atoms and molecules into electrically charged particles. (New Scientist, June 1992.)

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Can you use the magnet ball in the dryer to dry clothes etc quicker/more effectively as many times larger items such as linen can turn into a ‘ball’ and not dry as effectively. Can it assist? Is it safe?

Magnets: I love them. I’ve studied for 30 years. the late Jessie Partridge got me started. so many aholes are naysayers. If you want more ask.  I saw magnet laundry balls a long time ago. I’m searching for some. I’m a big guy. tree trimming, a big limb hit my shinbone there was a knot as big as a yam. I limped in the house put a xtra strond magnet on it nagitive  side down got a big cold pack put that under magnet. it took pain pills lay down with the TV. 3 hours later help arrived (wife) she took everything off no sign of a bruise a little scraped skin, still hurt!  I didn’t think it would work that good. Partridge started using them in the 30’s He knew so much. The naysayers had a lot of bad thing to say about him.

PATENTED AND INDEPENDENTLY PROVEN…There is no other non-detergent laundry technology in existence that has two United States Patents and has been proven in Independent Laboratory Testing to clean as well as chemical laundry detergent. This is truly different from the common laundry ball or washer ball products may have heard of. You have never seen, heard about or tried anything like it before!

Of all the detergents available in the world, Magnetic Laundry System is unique. According to a recent study performed on July 23rd, 2008, 99% of the world’s detergents release the banned cancer-causing chemicals that are immensely toxic to our health. However, Magnetic Laundry System is safe to use and doesn’t release any cancer-causing or hazardous chemicals.

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If you are looking for the best product which doesn’t cause any toxic laundry, then you are at the right place. Magnetic Laundry System is the perfect choice for you. Magnetic Laundry System is the best double patented technology that helps you wash all your clothes without using even a single drop of toxic chemical detergent.

The Magnetic Laundry System is the new and revolutionary way to get your clothes clean. Essentially, the product is a pair of two blue laundry magnets that wash your clothes and remove stains, all without the use of detergent. By placing the magnets on the walls of your washing machine through every cycle, you’ll be able to get completely clean clothes.

Right, because no one could possibly be motivated to spend the time debunking crackpot science out of a desire to elevate the general level of scientific education in the world and help prevent people from wasting their money on products that don’t work.

Dollar stores in my area sell these, but there is an even better, and cheaper alternative. Take a large piece of aluminum foil, and crumple it into a ball. Make it firm, but not too tight. Toss this into the dryer with your clothes. As it spins around, it helps to keep your clothes from clumping. It also removes static cling, and because the aluminum heats up, it helps smooth out wrinkles. It’s cheap, chemical – free, and the reusable ball lasts virtually forever. If you use this and vinegar in your final rinse water, you do not need liquid fabric softener or softener sheets.

The negative field of a magnet is used most often to correctly stimulate (potentiate) and reorganize the electron (spin) charge which results in creating the healthy cellular charge state of a strong-negative potential.

We had no trouble installing the pureWash and Wash It systems. But that’s where our positive experience ended. Following our usual laundry detergent test procedure, we loaded the two washers with test fabric swatches soiled with mud, blood, grass, chocolate, and the like. Instead of laundry detergent, pureWash and Wash It systems are supposed to get clothes clean by injecting ozone into the cold wash water. “Ozone is a powerful oxidant; it disinfects, deodorizes and sanitizes,” claims the Wash It web site. “Ozone kills micro-organisms found in soiled laundry (kills bacteria 3,000 times faster than bleach),” says pureWash.

Magnets only attract Iron; Iron alloys– or other magnets. Magnets can be quite heavy and I doubt washing machine manufacturers envisioned consumers placing rubber coated magnets into their washing machines.

You usually don’t need to use as much detergent as the company recommends. I start with the minimum recommended by the company, it usually works just fine for all my clothes. We own boats and my husband comes home with really gross dirty clothes and I will add a little extra then. Same goes with dish detergent. When I cured myself of filling both detergent cups in my dishwasher, my dishes were still clean, I just didn’t go through as much detergent

“Experiments were conducted in a test heat exchanger system to evaluate 10 non-chemical scale and corrosion control devices. These devices may perform either by electrostatic, magnetic, electronic, or catalytic mechanisms. Chemical tests also compared results with non-chemical systems to insure the test conditions were not so severe that scale prevention was impossible. Water from a single deep well known to cause calcium carbonate scale when heated was used in all tests. The test heat exchanger was a two-tube shell and tube with steam applied to the shell side. Water flow was either in series or parallel through the two tubes,depending on the desired test conditions. No device tested significantly reduced the amount of scale formed, compared to the controls. Proprietary chemicals containing phosphorous reduced scale formation almost completely.”

I just got an email about using magnets instead of detergents and bleach to clean your clothes in the washing machine. Has anyone actually tried this? We have kids and dogs, so our stuff gets really dirty. I bleach everything I can. Would using magnets destroy all the bacteria? Does it work…

I have no control over the ads on my blog. They’re selected automatically by Google AdSense based on the content of each page. And since I’ve made a total of something like $200 in the four years or so since I put ads on the blog, believe me, nobody’s paying me to run ads in support of the laundry detergent industry.

If they refuse, then file disputes with my credit-card company for both the original shipping charge and the subsequent $49.95 charge. [not needed — the seller reimbursed both the shipping charge and the charge for the magnets]

SAVES THE ENVIRONMENT, WATER, MONEY & YOUR HEALTH!…No Extra Rinse Cycle Is Necessary As There Are No Chemicals To Rinse Out. You May Find That You Do Not Need Softeners Or Static Cling Removers. This Is Absolutely the 21st Century Laundry Detergent Alternative. NO TOXIC CHEMICALS RELEASED INTO THE ENVIRONMENT OR ONTO YOUR CLOTHES TO CAUSE ALLERGIES AND CHEMICAL SENSITIVITIES!

The Magnet Ball can also be used dishwashers (on the bottom shelf), toilet tanks (to reduce hard water build up in your toilet bowl), and I have even heard of some people who use them in their tub while drawing a bath!

I am also taking steps to communicate to this distributor so it never happens to another customer. If it does, their ability to sell our product will be jeopardized. Period. Our customers deserve our complete honor and respect.

Still, the apparent safety of the pureWash and Wash It systems doesn’t change the fact that they don’t really work better than most detergents. And that of course diminishes the money savings—which aren’t that great to begin with. For example, the $300 pureWash is supposed to last 10 years. Depending on how often you do the laundry, it would take anywhere from 8 to 11 years to use about $300 of one of our Best Buy detergents—and of course you’d have really clean clothes in the process.             

My special DHMO mixture, when added in sufficient amounts to the gas tank of your vehicle, will almost completely prevent the harmful environmental degradation caused by the oxidation of fossil fuels in the engine. As we all know, the products of fuel oxidation are responsible for much of the pollution of our precious air and water supply.

I just read your site and feel equally duped…I ordered the magnets but have not received anything yet, nor have I been able to find any response from the company for about 10 days. This failure to respond got me concerned and I began to look into the company. I only found your site so far. Wow, fooled again hoping to reach beyond the norm.

The MLS laundry system kit comes with an UNCONDITIONAL 30-DAY RISK FREE TRIAL and a LIFETIME WARRANTY which makes them totally risk-free for you to try! You have nothing to lose. Order your laundry system package right now! You’ll LOVE it!!

Magnetic forces never have direct contact with electronic devices and this magnetic cleaning system should be used on water drums to have the effect on cleaning clothes as well as keep the quality of the cloth at all the time.

“La mejor garantía magnética limitada del lavadero Arizona imanes de lavandería”

La afirmación del Sr. Goiz Durán de que el par biomagnético sirve para curar determinadas enfermedades no está avalada por pruebas científicas, pero tampoco se han presentado pruebas que la desmientan.
Infraestructura Cuenta con tanques de almacenamiento de agua, que garantizan como mínimo 24 horas de servicio y su construcción permite que durante la operación de limpieza y desinfección no se interrumpa el suministro de agua.
Que quede claro, los que creían que la Tierra era plana, que el Sol giraba a su alrededor y que el universo tiene poco más de 6.000 años son de la misma clase que los que hoy creen en el par biomagnético: magufos, estafadores, charlatanes, pseudocientíficos.
Dejando de lado la hipotética falta de ética y moral del señor Goiz por no compartir este descubrimiento con el público general, sus afirmaciones podrían ser constitutivas de un delito contra la salud pública. El capítulo III de la Ley Orgánica 10/1995 dice, y cito:
aaah y Manuel, si no quedas conforme con los casos que te conte, acepto el reto, pero no se que consecuencias sufren los “profesionales de la salud” cuando no curan a alguien..cargo de conciencia? en contadas ocasiones..
Pero bueno, es solo cuestión de tiempo que estos iluminados acaben cargándose a alguien y encuentren su destino natural detrás de los barrotes de una celda o en una institución mental. Ya ha ocurrido demasiadas veces. No hay que preocuparse demasiado por ello…
Ya saben en vez de ir a la universidad y dejarte allí los codos, y los euros, haganse con el diploma por el módico precio arriba reseñado y compren las pulseritas al por mayor para venderselas despúes de la consulta a los pobres incautos.
Buenos días! Gracias por el interés, los imanes interactúan durante el ciclo de lavado eliminando manchas y suciedad. Al ciclo de lavado de le puede agregar suavizante o yo en mi caso le pongo gotitas de lavanda para que la ropa tenga algún olor. Con los imanes ya no es necesario el uso de ningún detergente, pero si así lo desea puede usar un chorrito.
El doctorado online constituye el máximo nivel de especialización que podemos obtener en cualquier campo. Los estudiantes deben demostrar un dominio absoluto de su especialidad y plasmar este conocimiento en una tesis en la que desarrollan sus argumentos, defienden sus ideas y reflejan sus conclusiones sobre la materia.
Logomatic, l�der en la creaci�n de logotipos en l�nea, le permite elegir el logotipo de su empresa a partir de un cat�logo de m�s de 3000 logotipos creados por nuestros dise�adores gr�ficos. El logotipo, personalizable simple y r�pidamente, ser� compatible con todos sus medios de comunicaci�n.
No sé, es posible, pero no recuerdo el contexto, ni a quién me refería. Si lo que tienes es sobre la gripe A puedes pasarlo a alguno de los artículos que hay sobre el tema. Los puedes encontrar con el buscador localizado más arriba.
Como que no hace lo que promete? Por ejemplo placebo mucha gente dirá que le ha resultado beneficiosa. Y el efecto placebo no es algo que hay que tomárselo a coña, muchos estados del cuerpo se pueden controlar con el efecto placebo.
Buéh, pues artículos como este me hacen pensar en cómo la charlatanería domina nuestro mundo. Incluso en catálogos de productos de belleza no faltan: ahí está ahora la cosmetiquera ‘Avon’ con su sección de Feng-Shui (o como se escriba) vendiendo también pulseritas mágicas, quizá no para cosas tan delicadas que afecten la salud, sino para cosas más bien estúpidas: que si la buena vibra, que si la buena fortuna, que si es la pulserita en color rojo se atrae el amor, en fin…
Los nuevos fundamentalistas del cientificismo se permiten escribir,descalificando e insultando, eso sí, porque ellos son “sacerdotes del Dios Verdadero” de la intransigencia. Demuestran tener unos conocimientos muy limitados y una inteligencia mediocre, pues confunden un método cientifico que apenas lleva validado un par de siglos con la CIENCIA con mayúscula de la que pueden existir diversas metodologías, y con la SABIDURIA con mayúscula de la que, desgraciadamente, cada vez parece haber menos depositarios. Es una pena que hagan el juego, consciente o inconscientemente a los intereses de las multinacionales y el capitalismo mundial.
Mirando la historia de este sitio me encuentro con algunos puntos que me preocupan. Por ejemplo en 2008 tenían una página en la que pedían fondos para la elaboración de nuevos proyectos. Esta página ya no existe. En esa misma fecha ya se podía pedir el motor de 300 KW, mientras que en la actualidad dicen que no está terminado, aunque se espera su pronto lanzamiento.